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VAWG Study Guide 1


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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS STUDY GUIDE EXAM I These are ideas of what to study. The exam may contain other topics not covered below, but this should give you an idea of what I expect. You should study all of the class notes and all of the readings. The exam will be approximately 2/3 lecture and 1/3 readings. You are responsible for everything covered in the lectures (including videos) and readings, unless told otherwise. Providing this guide is a way to help you organize your notes, to think of what questions I might ask, and guide your studying. The purpose of this study guide is not for you to call, come see, or e-mail me or the TA for the answers. You should be able to find all of these in your notes and readings. If you missed any entire or parts of lectures, you are responsible for getting the notes from a class mate or the teaching assistant. Also, I have had students in previous classes who have had problems with lending their notes to another student in the class and not getting them back in time to study. So I suggest if someone asks to borrow your notes you go with them to copy them, but no one is under any obligation to provide notes for another student in the class. Finally, I encourage students to study their notes, perhaps make flash cards for the different questions, and then practice taking the old exam. Obviously, I didn’t use the same lectures and reading every time I teach the course, but it’s a good way to get used to the multiple- choice/true false test and to practice applying your knowledge. For the short answer/essay questions, I won’t ask you to list more than 3 of any list (and define, etc., but you should be familiar with lists in order to identify what “belongs” for multiple choice/true-false items. Here are some sample questions: I. Short Answer/Essay: 1. Draw a diagram of Walker's Cycle of Violence and a diagram of how the abuse in battering often changes over time. Discuss in writing what you are unable to put in the diagram. 2. List 3 of the 6 categories of battering given in class and describe them. II. Multiple Choice/True-False To answer the multiple choice/true-false questions, read the item that has a capital letter (starting with “A”), and then for every number underneath the lettered statement, decide whether the numbered statement is true or false. All of the items could be true, all could be false, or any combination of true and false. For example: A. The following is a form of IPA listed in class as one of the 5 major forms of abuse: 1. Ignoring someone 2. Physical abuse 3. Employment abuse
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4. Sexual abuse 5. Religious abuse 6. Economic abuse (Answers: 1-F, 2-T, 3-F, 4-T, 5-T, 6-T) IDEAS OF WHAT TO STUDY Lecture 1. What are the 3 fundamentals of healthy sex? a. 1. Consent b. 2.Mutuality c. 3. Respect 2. What is the Latin meaning for the word "rape"? Is it related to laws on rape? If so, how?
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